ICC released new guidelines, players will not be able to do so now

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Sports activities are slowly starting to take place in the middle of the corona transition. It has already started in the West Indies. Meanwhile, the ICC has released a new guideline looking at coronavirus infection. The International Cricket Council has released a new guideline for starting sports and training for cricketers.



Now under the ICC's new guidelines, players will not be able to go to the toilet during practice. At the same time, players will not be able to give their caps or sunglasses to the umpires during the match. Players have to take full care of social distancing. Under this, he will be prohibited from giving his things to fellow players. The International Cricket Council has divided its guidelines into four parts.

In the first phase, the player has to start training alone. In the second phase, three players will be able to do group training. In the third phase, less than ten players will be able to train with their coaches. Whereas in the final phase, the team will be able to train with their entire players. After the release of the new ICC Guidelines, now it seems that cricket will be back on track.



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